E = MC 2

Discussion in 'Higher Education' started by hemihead, Jul 2, 2021.

  1. hemihead

    hemihead Well-Known Member OFC Regular

    energy with entropy of either at rest or in motion velocity of equilibrium....

    e=mc^2x0.5/m/c=0
    even energy as it slows into an equilibrium constant after change in energy growth occurs...it also at the same time slows back down
    e = energy
    m = mass
    c = constant acceleration (which is 9 meters a second or something i dont exactly remember)
    =
    0.5 which is the opposite of square or square root
    /m divided by the mass
    /c divided by the same constant
    = 0 or the mass in either at rest or no motion or in motion of new constant velocity
     

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